Struggle with your
strength or walking?

Local doctors need people 70 and older for a research study on muscle strength and function.

www.MuscleLossTrial.com

If you take part in the study, you may receive at no cost:

You may be eligible to participate if you:

The study doctor will assess other criteria to make sure that you're eligible to participate.

Muscle loss from aging can lead to problems

As people get older, they tend to lose muscle strength and mass. This muscle loss is called sarcopenia, and it makes everyday tasks like walking, getting out of chairs, and keeping up with others more difficult.

Currently the only treatments for sarcopenia are strength training, balance exercises, and proper nutrition.

Doctors are studying an investigational medication for muscle loss

Local doctors are looking for people 70 and older for a clinical research study on muscle strength and function. If you qualify for this research study, you may get the opportunity to try an investigational medication for muscle loss at no cost. ("Investigational" means that it isn't yet available or approved for the public.)

You may also receive study-related care at no cost, and reimbursement for time and travel.

If you're interested in exploring this option, click the link to the online questionnaire to get started.

Take action. Click here. Complete the online questionnaire to see if you may qualify.